Aggressive Driving Accidents

Aggressive driving is one of the more serious traffic violations in Pennsylvania. The premise behind Pennsylvania’s aggressive driving laws, as well as other traffic offense laws, are to ultimately make Pennsylvania roads, highways and interstates safer for those traveling them. Failing to abide by Pennsylvania aggressive driving laws can result in a serious automobile accident.

Examples Of Aggressive Driving

In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania aggressive driving laws are structured to ultimately prevent traffic accidents. Aggressive driving is not necessarily a single act you can commit. Instead, the charge is the culmination of violating multiple traffic crimes simultaneously. Some of these offenses can be:

  • Disregarding a traffic control device
  • Excessive speed
  • Failure to signal
  • Failure to stop at command of police officer
  • Failure to yield
  • Following Too Closely
  • Passing a stopped school bus
  • Passing on a shoulder
  • Penalties
  • Speeding
  • Unsafe lane change

Injuries Caused By Aggressive Drivers

If you are the victim of an auto accident you may suffer serious injuries such as whiplash, spinal cord injuries, concussions and broken bones. These injuries, and others, may entitle you to benefits, damages and financial compensation according to Pennsylvania personal injury law.

Media Car Accident Lawyers at the Law Office of Deborah M. Truscello Represent Victims of Aggressive Driving

If you have been injured in an aggressive driving accident in Pennsylvania you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. To speak to an experienced Media car accident lawyer from the Law Office of Deborah M. Truscello call 610-892-4940 or contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation.

We work with clients throughout the Philadelphia Metropolitan area; including but not limited to Bucks County, Chester County, Delaware County, Montgomery County and Philadelphia County, including the communities of Allentown, Lancaster, Reading and West Chester.